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<div style="clear:both; position:relative; box-sizing:border-box; width:100%; margin:1.2em 0 6px; min-width:47em; border:3px solid #ddd;background-color:#ffffff; color:#000; white-space:nowrap;text-align:center;font-size: 24px; color: #ff6600;">'''Welcome to the AllStarLink WiKiWiki'''</div><div style="clear:both; position:relative; box-sizing:border-box; width:100%; margin:1. 2em 0 6px; min-width:47em; border:1px solid #ddd; background-color:#ccddff; color:#000; white-space:nowrap;text-align:center;">AllStarLink is a world wide network of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amateur_radio Amateur Radio] repeaters, remote base stations and hot spots accessible to each other via the Internet and/or private IP networks. AllStarLink runs on a dedicated Linux computer (including the Raspberry Pi) that you host at your home, radio site or computer center. It is based on the open source Asterisk PBX. The app_rpt module it makes a powerful radio/repeater controller. AllStarLink is open source GPL software free for anyone to use.
Recently we've moved some things off of this front page. If you don't see what AllStarLink runs on a dedicated Linux computer (including the Raspberry Pi) that you are looking for look host at the [[:Category:How to|How To's]] your home, radio site, clubhouse, school, university, workplace, or use search located on the top of every page. Also check our old docs site [http://docs.allstarlink.org docs.allstarlink.org]. We're gradually moving content from there to this WiKicomputer center.
__NOTOC__It is based on the open source Asterisk PBX and is released under the GNU GPL -- it is free for anyone to use. The core of AllStar and AllStarLink is the powerful app_rpt application and associated modules that load into the Asterisk PBX system.</div> <div style="float:right">__TOC__</div>
==Organization==
*[[The Organization - AllStarLink Inc. ]] - Who What is AllStarLink?*[[The Beginning - AllStarLink Inc]] - How AllStarLink came to be.  == Optimizations ==*[[Dahdi_dummy|DAHDI Dummy]] - How to fix audio stutter on ASL based Raspberry PI images == How To ==*[[:Category:How to|How To's]] - How to articles can be found here
==AllStarLink Menu==
*[[Features]] - List of the many AllStarLink Features
*[[Beginners_GuideBeginners Guide]] - Step by step instructions to create your account and AllStarLink node.
*[[ASL FAQ]] - Questions and answers about the AllStarLink software distribution.
*[[:Category:How to|How To's]] - A collection of AllStarLink how to's.
* [http://dvswitch.org/files/ASL_Images/Raspberry_Pi/Stretch/ Pi] Latest AllStarLink image for the Raspberry Pi
* [http://dvswitch.org/files/ASL_Images/ ASL Repo] AllStarLink Image Repository
* [[ASL FAQ]] - Install ASL on your existing Debian box or VM
Note: The ASL 1.01 installer is a Network installer and still uses the dvswitch.org site to download the .deb install files.
==Related Links==
* [https://allstarlink.org/ AllStarLink Portal] - If you are looking to set up your own AllStarLink node.
* [https://web-tpawww.allstarlink.org/ AllStarLink Portal - Beta] - Our beta portal site. Check out the searchable and sortable [https://web-tpawww.allstarlink.org/nodelist/ Node List].
* [http://stats.allstarlink.org/ AllStarLink Stats] - shows all the existing public nodes.
* [https://community.allstarlink.org/ AllStarLink Community Site] - Web based user support form (replaced app_rpt mailing list)* [http://lists.allstarlinkkeekles.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/app_rpt-users AllStarLink users mailing list]- '''(archived)''' This is the app_rpt mailing list for discussion, help and helping others* [https://groups.io/g/AllStarLink AllStarLink Groups.io mailing group]. This is the app_rpt discussion group on Groups.io
* [https://github.com/AllStarLink/ Source Code] - All of the source code for the AllStarLink Asterisk and app_rpt is available on GitHub.
* [[History]] from the Duuude, Jim Dixon WB6NIL SK 12/16/2016.
* [[Thru-hole_Voter_Board|Thru-hole Voter Board]] from Jim Dixon
 
==References==
* [http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ Git - The Simple Guide] - A handy reference for getting started with Git.
* [https://ryanstutorials.net/linuxtutorial/cheatsheet.php Ryans Tutorials - Linux Tutorial - Cheat Sheet] Handy Cheat Sheet of Linux commands.
* [https://training.linuxfoundation.org/resources/free-courses/introduction-to-linux/ The Linux Training Foundation - Introduction to Linux] A free eight week course with optional certificate that teaches how to use Linux.

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